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1080ti stucked at 139mhz and BAD FPS

I tell you that I bought a second-hand gpu that seems to be faulty, I have been looking for thousands of solutions in this and other forums, I have seen that many people have run into this problem but none find the solution. The problem is that the core clock remains capped at 139mhz and the memory clock does not exceed 810mhz and the performance in games and beanchmarks are really bad, 12 FPS in Furmark
I have already done different tests such as putting high performance mode in Windows and in the Nvidia panel, using DDU, reinstalling drivers, a clean installation of windows, using MSI Afterburner, Asus GPUTweekII, after trying various things I was forced to try flashing a BIOS taken from Techpowerup, but it didn't solve anything.

 

So far the only thing I have found is that in GPU-Z the Power Draw Board is + 400w, PCIe Slot Power + 390w and a Power of 147% DOING NOTHING, simply on the desktop, a Perfcap reason is also added: Pwr, and a solid green line. It also strikes me that the voltage is constantly 0.65v (I don't know what the normal voltage is).

 

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I am currently using an Aerocool Cylon 600w 80+ bronze PSU, I know it is a bit fair but the previous owner told me that he tested it with an 850w 80+ source, so we could rule out a power issue from the PSU, already that in neither of the two systems has worked well.

 

I hope you can help me, and thank you very much in advance !!

 

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22 minutes ago, alesiomaso said:

 

Previous owner could have either flashed a weird BIOS to it or done a shunt mod or done both.

 

What does GPU-Z say about the BIOS version and what does the PCB look like?

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Welcome to the forums!!!

 

 

Something is not right here with the measurements from the power draw for the motherboard. 393W from the PCIe slot?? Max it can provide is 75W as the standard. 

 

With @DildorTheDecenthere and curious to see what the PCB looks like, as well as what vBIOS is on the card.  

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Just now, SpiderMan said:

With @DildorTheDecenthere and curious to see what the PCB looks like, as well as what vBIOS is on the card.  

I just realised the BIOS version is displayed in the AIDA64 window. While it appears to be a retail/factory BIOS, the previous could have flashed a power limit BIOS or ran a goofy bat file. There's a few of them on GTX 1080 Ti owners thread.

 

Still want those PCB shots though.

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